We have a variety of discussion groups available and new members are always welcome! 

Page Turners – 1st Tuesday of the month at 1pm

This lively discussion group reads mostly fiction titles–with a sprinkling of non-fiction and classic choices. An emphasis is placed on books appealing to an eclectic taste and those with interesting points of discussion. 

Novel Conversations – 1st Tuesday of the month at 7pm

For our readers who cannot make a day-time book group. An emphasis on fiction titles, but non-fiction and classic choices can also be found occasionally. 

Insatiable Readers – 2nd Thursday of the month at 7pm

Formerly the History Book Discussion Group, this participant-run adult discussion group focuses on non-fiction selections, with some historical fiction titles thrown in, that are of both historical and contemporary interest.

Great Decisions – 3rd Thursday of the month at 7pm

The Great Decisions Discussion Program is designed to bring Americans together to discuss, debate and learn about compelling issues of the day. Prepare for the discussion by viewing a short video, reading a few brief articles, then discussing and debating timely national & international issues. 

Read It and Eat It – Thursday at 7pm (Check the calendar for specific dates)

Join others who share a passion for cookbooks to discuss and sample the fares of some of today’s more celebrated cookbook titles. Although bringing a prepared dish is not required, it is encouraged. Registration is required.

Word of Mouth – 2nd Tuesday of the month at 2pm

Have you read any good books lately? Stop by and share with this informal gathering. Listen to the picks and pans of this avid group of readers. At the end of the season, we’ll vote for our favorite books!

A Taste of Poetry – 2nd Tuesday of the month at 12pm (Beginning in January)

Bring your lunch and an appetite for poetry. Each month we look at few poems by a well-known poet. We provide copies of the poems and lead a discussion. No need to read anything in advance!

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